Stories to Honor Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, I am offering two of my short stories on Smashwords for free. These are stories that were inspired by two characters in my book, Broken Dolls: Sachiko Kimura, a young Japanese-American internee, and Jubie Lee Franklin, a black girl who lives in the town near the internment camp.

Xs and Os

In this Pushcart nominated story, Jubie meets Sachi, and they find though their skin color is different, they have something in common.


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The Red Kimono



Life is pretty dull at the internment camp in Rohwer, Arkansas, and two girls couldn’t be more different than Sachi and Jubie. That is, until something magical happens. 


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I hope you will enjoy the stories of Jubie and Sachi. I’ve had many “conversations” with these two young girls, and their friendship demonstrates what could be lost if we judge a person by the color of her skin.

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2 Responses to Stories to Honor Black History Month

  1. Kae says:

    I look forward to reading these. Thanks.

  2. Jan Morrill says:

    Thank you, Kae. I hope you enjoy them!

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